BISMARCK, N.D.—The Class A girls finished their high school basketball careers in style at the Bismarck Event Center on Tuesday, July 12. Century's Jenna Fitterer led the way with 13 points, Fargo Shanley's Sarah Jacobson knocked down some critical shots late, and Class A topped Class B 68-65 in overtime in the Lions All-Star game. "I thought we fought hard," Shanley's Lauren Rotunda said. "We got down, and we hit some last-minute shots. We didn't give up, and we played as a team. We knew that we had to be patient, look for the right shot, and that's what we did."
MANDAN, N.D.—This season Bismarck Century followed the rule of playing as a team. Century won a state championship as a team Saturday, June 4, at Dacotah Centennial Soccer Complex. The Patriots edged Fargo Davies 1-0 to collect their eighth state title overall and first since 2013. "It feels great," Century senior defender Tiffany Ohlhauser said. "We worked very hard to get where we are. ... We just stayed strong, and it feels great to go out with a bang."
MANDAN—Jaiden Langlie tallied two goals, Jenny Marsh netted her fourth score of the tournament and the Fargo Davies Eagles defeated the Minot Majettes 3-2 in the North Dakota state girls soccer semifinals Friday, June 3, at Dacotah Centennial Soccer Complex. "We were definitely on at some points," Eagles coach Nick Christianson said. "But, Minot's a great team, they have some great individual players and we just gave them too much time on the ball so those are things we will have to clean up for (Saturday).
MANDAN, N.D.— Senior forward Jennifer Marsh netted a hat trick, Heidi Bertsch added two assists and the Fargo Davies Eagles cruised to 3-0 victory against Bismarck St. Mary's on Thursday, June 2, in the first round of the North Dakota state girls soccer tournament at Dacotah Centennial Soccer Complex. "We started quick," Eagles coach Nick Christianson said. "That's kind of what we talked about all week. You've got to be able to start quick, get the first goal right away and kind of set the tone in the game.
BEULAH, N.D. – A quick glance at the game scores from the Class A Legion baseball tournament would suggest a bunch of one-sided affairs. However, most games were closely knotted until a pair of late-game explosions from the Velva 39ers, Wahpeton Post 20, Grafton and Beulah.